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and women of the u.s. c services. i very much appreciate the support today and i would like to recognize dan branch to get the executive director for the contributions to put this together. now for the core of today's event. the united nations estimates indian ocean piracy costs 5 to $7 billion annually. though there are only a few attacks that make news they still occur on a daily basis as the tragedy proved last month with the deaths of four american hostages. parts are increasingly resilient, bold and adaptive free fighting tactics by implementing -- increasing manpower through recruitment. the real question is how can the global community meet this evolving fret be on the horn of africa. looking at numbers as much as $238 million in 2010, which was roughly $5.5 million. to enter these questions about piracy we have assembled a panel of the steamed experts who delivered a brief opening remarks and answer your questions. i will introduce four of them to you now. to my right terence mcknight has commanded numerous ships for the u.s. navy as well as multiple assignments on land for the up th
developments we are introducing this year and many of them have a u.s. focus from u.s. forces and u.s. exports as well. after the session i will be here to answer specific questions on that as well my american colleagues who is in back of the room. i would like to thank our co-sponsors. the navy league is a not-for-profit organization with 50,000
in the affordable care act, in the prevention services rolled their -- to conclude that those surfaces that the u.s. task force has identified must be provided by an insurer at no cost to be a regular part of your insurance package. today right now the schedule for pediatric care includes baby care, child care, and adults, things like pap smears, garter belt, destinations. if you are planning a new insurance plan today, it needs to include it in terms of no co-pay. there is not in the u.s. provision services taskforce to protect women's comprehensive health prevention standard. there are bits and pieces like pap smears and mammograms but no contraception care. is not fully and completely represented. the institute of medicine has been contacted to develop a scientific analysis, public hearings have been held on this to relieve develop that standard and develop basis for that standard. the report is due around august at which point the secretary of hhs will take those studies and make a determination as to what part of the standards, whether to accept the standard and what part will be applied in pr
doing. there have been some estimates that a significant proportion, if not the majority, of u.s. casualties in iraq were the result of equipment and munitions imported from her on. that is how serious the issue is. >> server. >> this is probably a follow-up. i'm concerned about how you see the linkage between energy policy and the moves will make or don't make in libya and the rest of the oil-producing middle east where we are deeply indebted to saudi arabia and any movement favoring democracy in brain could upset that balance. let's look at history. i suspect it is awfully hard to find any serious conflicts throughout history that did not have an economic component to them. this is not new. economic interdependence is an issue. there is no question that it is irresponsible not to acknowledge that we care about who rig controls major economic assets around the world. we do care. of course we care. we care who has, who controls the loyal to be we do care about the relationships we have with those countries that have the oil. it is a part and parcel of the debate. takes place all
agree with the gao's assessment of the u.s. government take of oil and bass revenue -- gas revenue compared to other countries, and can you give us a feel for the kind of revenue loss that the taxpayers are bearing? and can we rectify that? >> very good question. and, actually, we are working very closely with blm on the government take issue. in fact, they have a study ongoing right now that we are a part of. i think when we get the results of that study, i think we'll all be ready to do what we need to do to implement it. but until that study is done, i don't think we're in a position to, uni, know -- you know, what type of revenue structure is the best. >> mr. gould, before you move it over to mr. bromwich -- >> [inaudible] >> how long have you been working in the area of natural resources revenue for the interior department, mr. gould? is. >> for 29 years. >> for 29 years. and so we get a gao assessment that there are, that you're on the highest risk list for waste, fraud and abuse that our, the share of the taxpayers' revenue from oil and gas is at the very bottom in terms of
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